My Radish Microgreens don't grow straight up and are long and leggy, what did I do wrong?
Firstly the microgreens looks very healthy, so you are definitely in the right direction. To be honest they look quite good and ready to eat.
One problem though, is when they fall over, the storks are more likely to have contact with the earth and this could make them rot or get a bit of green funky bits on them.
All seedlings will grow long and lanky if they have to reach for the light, so you really need to put them in a brighter space. This way they will stay more vertical.
It's not really an issue for the home gardener unless problems occur from the soil contact, you can just wash them before use, which most of us do anyway!
Also, when you sow the seed thick they help each other stay vertical.
I can see in the image provided that there is more than enough Radish microgreens growing in that tray.
I am sure your Radish will like some brighter light if you can provide it Lucie
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